Serious question, what constitutes a real Spoiler? Does it have something to do with the number, or is something missing or different from the original Spoilers? There are a couple of winners in this group. A pink AMX may seem odd, but something looks right about this one. I like the flames on the Challenger, some of the best in a while - not so much on the Malibu. That Malibu is long overdue by the way. Kudos to Tom Z for finally getting it out. I like the police truck but Lummox is right, needs different wheels. Maybe painted black or white steelies with dog dishes. That Z10 Pace Car coupe is different looking with the steel roof instead of the convertible. Don't think anyone has done one of those before? That might end up being my first wheel swap project though. Like he said, just hope I can find this release out there.Oh yea, another fake Spoiler. Whoopee.
It's my call, since I am the self-appointed the arbiter of justice for all things Rebel Rod/Spoiler. Having colllected these things right from the very beginning in the box sets at KBToys years ago, a "real Spoiler" is one with a metal base and one that continues the numbering from where they left off with the last one. JL has err'ed before in this series (with the multilpe colored 12's, the second 20, and the 76 vice 26) but this "plastic-based, let's start over at a random number" hogwash is beyond the pale.Serious question, what constitutes a real Spoiler? Does it have something to do with the number, or is something missing or different from the original Spoilers?
Well, gotta eat my words, I guess. That's a cool idea for a release, since it's historically relevant. I still don't think I'll buy it, even though it's one of my favorite castings. Pepto-Bismol Cars make me nauseous!And The Pink AMX is just like the one Playboy gave to
The Playmate of the year in 1969!